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Jim Farris, PT, PhD, chair and professor of physical therapy […]
Greetings from a very sunny and warm Arizona. I hope […]
Last month, University of Maryland Baltimore County’s (UMBC) men’s basketball […]
Jack Daniels, PhD, MEd, is a professor at A.T. Still […]
Sheri Walters, PT, PhD(c), DPT, SCS, ATC/L, CSCS, is an […]
Alumni and students of the Kinesiology program met Aug. 21 […]
Chad Englehart, MS, ’12 has been promoted to head strength […]
Check out the fall 2016 edition of Still Magazine online […]
Bill Ito, HM ’12, just returned from a trip as […]
Human Movement alumni gathered June 18 during the week of […]
Josh Heenan, MS, Human Movement, ’12, is head strength and […]
Carl Kochan and Javair Gillett, both 2012 graduates of the […]
Josiah Middaugh, Human Movement, ’12, of Colorado, earned a long-awaited […]
Jack Daniels, PhD, is at the top of his profession, […]
Jack Daniels, PhD, associate professor, Human Movement program, knows what […]
ATSU-ASHS’ Human Movement program held its summer institute Aug. 1-5 […]
Robb Blackaby, PT, ’98, D.P.T, ’04, is always on the […]
Gregory Janik, ’00, associate clinical professor of athletic training at […]
[cincopa AwDAPe6gA-Bb] Ryan Hutman, multimedia specialist, academic technologies, received ATSU’s […]
In August, ATSU-ASHS’ Human Movement program held its second institute […]
ATSU’s online master’s program in physician assistant studies ranked No. […]
Matthew Rhea, Ph.D., director of human movement at ATSU’s Arizona […]
[cincopa 10715557] ATSU-ASHS’s Human Movement program held its second institute […]
A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences (ATSU-ASHS) celebrated […]
MESA, Ariz. (Aug. 1, 2008 ) – Matt Rhea, Ph.D., […]
University joins forces with the National Academy of Sports Medicine® […]